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RIC is a Pipeline for Multilingual Teaching CareersRhode Island College Impact
RIC’s World Languages Education and RITE programs are pathways for certification to teach Spanish, Portuguese and French.
LASO Celebrates 50 Years Promoting the Diversity of the Latinx Culture
LASO gala celebration will be held on Thursday, Dec. 1, at the Donovan Dining Center.
RIC Alumni Increase Latinx Representation at Your Local Liquor Store
Papi’s Coquito, an alcoholic drink, was recreated to bring a tropical touch to the people of Rhode Island.
Awardees of MHARI’s First Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion ScholarshipRhode Island College Impact
RIC students are helping to diversify the field of mental health in Rhode Island.
A Latina Strives to Change the Statistics in Her Community
Hispanics are still underrepresented in the STEM fields, says Angeliz Vargas, a mathematics major.
Bringing Health Education to the Hispanic CommunityRhode Island College Impact
Her bilingualism was crucial in being able to connect with the Latino community
International Student Navigates a Path from ESL to Nursing SchoolRhode Island College Impact
Bryan Soto found the supports necessary to achieve his dream at Rhode Island College.
Rhode Island College Becomes First Institution of Higher Education in RI to Earn Hispanic Serving Institution StatusRhode Island College Impact
Federal designation unlocks opportunities to earn capacity building grants that strengthen the college’s ability to serve all populations.
"I am Providence students through and through. I am from the community."Rhode Island College Impact
An Alumni Q&A with Javier Montañez, M.Ed. ’03, Superintendent of Providence Public Schools
Anna Cano-Morales is “a Pioneer” for Latinx Women with Political Aspirations in Rhode Island
“Never be apologetic about being a woman or having an accent or your educational trajectory. Be proud of it.” -Anna Cano-Morales